Ideally, a hypnotic, meditative, or theta brainwave state is created, which allows access to deeper levels of inner wisdom and healing. Sound therapy is both a passive and a participatory experience. Sound therapy is both a passive and a participatory experience. The passive aspect is that you become more relaxed by lying down and slowing your breath.
Ayahuasca is a brew with powerful hallucinogenic properties that is said to open your mind and heal past traumas. This is how you prepare yourself to become the sound receiver. Although evidence is limited for some methods, music therapy has been shown to be effective for reducing stress and relaxation and has been shown to provide many health benefits.
Is sound healing effective?
Some people experience deep healing during sound therapy as the sound vibrations open, clear and balance their chakras and release stuck energy. If you’re looking for an alternative therapy that helps you relax, reduce stress, or improve your overall health, sound healing may be right for you. A personalized session starts with an introduction to the client’s health concerns, followed by a guided meditation to help you relax and receive the healing vibrations. As with most alternative healing and meditative practices, everyone’s experience is different and new things may pop up in every session.
Atoui’s work sees sound as more than just an auditory experience and explores sound as a tactile and visual experience. So how does it work? During a sound healing session, also known as a sound bath, you usually lie down on the floor or a yoga mat, maybe snuggle up with a cozy blanket and simply listen as a practitioner plays various instruments and you bathe in the soothing sounds and vibrations.